About Me: Male, 48, Stanardsville, VA, member since Aug 2009
I am a sales and marketing professional for a power surgical instrument company, surgical drills and saws for orthopaedic surgery. I have battled addiction for the past 20 years, went through rehab over my 21st birthday for meth abuse. I continued to use pot and drink
[More] and was introduced to opiates. I abused hydrocodone for about 3 years, then took suboxone for nearly 4 years. I detoxed in June 2009 and have been 100% clean ever since. Medhelp is an awesome resource for those who want to stay clean and support other addicts. I would not be where I am today without Medhelp.
In a 12 step program you must become honest open minded and willing to do the work to stay clean,recover is a work in progress so no one fails we just learn to keep comming back and not to use drugs a day at a time
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